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What will happen to Jews who reject Judaism after Moshiach comes?

by Rabbi Shlomo Chein

  

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Question:

When Moshiach comes and Jews are restored in the Land of Israel, what will happen to those Jews that reject to conform to the law of the Torah? Meaning they will believe there is a G-d but won't want to be observant. JollySolly

Answer:

Your question is a good question.

But only from an exile perspective.

The darkness is so dark that even when we envision the light we see it through a dark lens.

In exile we are in the dark. We don't recognize the greatness of Torah and the benefits of observing its laws. In our ingnorance we live with scenarios in which we don't want to keep those laws.

The truth, however, is that when Moshiach comes we will see the truth of Torah. We will see the benefit of following G-d's will.

It will be easier to find a child who doesn't like ice cream than a Jew who doesn't like Torah.


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